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EUJS Board & Treasurer Candidates 2023

The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) is excited to announce the candidates running for Board and Treasurer for the 2023–2025. The candidates for Board, in alphabetical order, are...

EUJS Presidential Candidates 2023

The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) is excited...

EUJS update on #TwitterTrial

Over the past few months, the Berlin Court has...

Jewish student leaders are turning their backs on Amichai Chikli

As elected Jewish student leaders from different countries representing...

EUJS General Assembly 2023

Are you ready and eager to be part of...

Open position: Policy Officer

You’re ready to join us in Brussels and be...

EUJS Statement on the situation in Israel

Brussels, Belgium – 29 March 2023 We join with the...

EUJS Statement on the Escalating Violence in Israel and the West Bank

Brussels, Belgium – 3 March 2023 With grave concern, EUJS...

MAZSIHISZ and EUJS statement on the 2023 Hungarian ‘Day of Honour’

“For years now, far-right and Neo-Nazi groups have commemorated...

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The Lowdown V: Future of Europe with MEP Terry Reintke

The Lowdown is the European Union of Jewish Students' monthly podcast. In each episode, we discuss a different topic within the broad fields of...

About EUJS

The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) is a pluralistic, inclusive and non-partisan umbrella organisation. We support Jewish student unions throughout Europe and represent its members in international institutions and organisations.

Founded in 1978, we currently have 36 member organisations, spanning from Russia to Scandinavia to the United Kingdom.

EUJS is led by the president, executive director, and eight board members who are elected by EUJS member organizations at the EUJS General Assembly. The EUJS headquarters are located in Brussels, Belgium.

EUJS President @Emma_Hallali was interviewed this morning on i24 News where she discussed the worrying rise of antisemitism on European campuses as evidenced by @uejf's recent survey

Watch her interview now!

Shocking results by @uejf & @IfopOpinion show that 91% of French Jewish Students have been victims of antisemitism on university campuses. This is the reality Jewish students in Europe have to face everyday.
Universities must take concrete actions to protect their students!

European Jewish students stand in solidarity with Armenians.

Find our open letter urging the relocation of the Conference of @europeanrabbis Venue in Baku, Azerbaijan in November 2023.

Read, consider, and join our call.

Holocaust survivors are core to remembrance. By fusing new tech & education their stories can have a global reach.

UNESCO supported ‘Tell Me Inge’, extended reality dialogue with Inge Auerbacher, who talks about the Holocaust through her memories.

EUJS strongly condemns the military escalation in Nagorno Karabakh and the excessive use of force by the Azeri military. We stand in solidarity with the ethnic Armenians who are facing bombings and forced expulsions.

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